Barbara Boxer first ran for political office in 1972 where she challenged Peter Arrigoni but lost a close election. During 1970 Barbara worked as a journalist of the Pacific Sun and as aide to John Burton when he was a member of Congress. In 1976, Boxer was elected to the Marin County Board of Supervisors where she served for sex years; there she was the first women. Barbara become the first female chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee and soon following the resignation of Senator Tim Johnson Barbara was chosen as a chairman of the Select Committee on Ethics, which made her the only senator to preside over two committees at the same time. She was first elected to the United States House o... ... middle of paper ... ...tribes, and related industries affected by the Klamath River salmon collapse.
After attending Vanderbilt Law School Gore ran for and won Tennessee’s fourth district congressional seat where he served four terms, after which he ran for and won the Tennessee Senatorial Seat. Gore remained in senate until presidential nominee Bill Clinton Chose him as his running mate in 1992, they were elected into office that year and re-elected in 1996. While in office Gore expressed great concern for the environment and in 1992 wrote the book Earth in the Balance: Healing the Global Environment. Gore has been married to Tipper Aitcheson since 1969, together they have four children: Karenna, Kristin, Sarah, and Albert III. Al Gore’s running Mate for the 2000 election is Connecticut state Senator Joe Lieberman.
In middle school Hillary was a member of a girl scouts group. She attended Maine East High School where she was selected for the National Honor Society as well as the school newspaper and student council. She was transferred to the Maine South High School for her senior year where she finished in the top five percent of her class in 1965 and she was a National Merit finalist. Her political career began when she was thirteen years old when she helped canvass, or debate south side Chicago following the 1960 election. During that election she found evidence of fraud against Richard Nixon.
In Hull's Education 2000 program, which will raise $459 million in new funds, provides higher teacher salaries and smaller classrooms in kindergarten through high school. Since the Governors acceptance into office, nearly 136,000 children of the working and lower class will now receive health coverage thanks to the Governor's KidsCare program. In behavioral health, funding for the seriously mentally ill has increased by 80 percent since the Governor took office, up from $102 million in fiscal year 1997 to $185 million in fiscal year 2001. The Governor also obtained approval to build a new Arizona State Hospital and the initial phases of construction have begun. Under Governor Hull's leadership and contract with Qwest Communications, Arizona is one of the first states to assure that all of Arizona’s public schools will have access to the Internet.
They began their family once they moved, they had two children, a daughter Nicole and a son Doug. “She served 10 years in the House of Representatives before being elected for the state of California.” (Grimm) Boxer ran for the Marin County Board of Supervisors in 1972, which was unsuccessful.It was her first attempt at a political office so she decided to become a journalist at the Pacific Sun, which was a newspaper. A few years later she ran again for the Marin County Board of Supervisors where she won her first political campaign, and served successfully for six years. “Soon Boxer developed a reputation as a liberal feminist, campaigning for abortion rights and many environmental.”... ... middle of paper ... ...n why you are contacting her. For example, to contact her regarding legislation or policy, scheduling a request, and assistance with a federal agency that can be located on her website.
She was a vice president of her junior class. She spent four years at Wellesley High School. During the Vietnam war Hillary and her fellow student held a demonstration to stop the Americans bombing Vietnam. She majored in political science and also studied psychology. When she started at Wellesley she was a Republican but later became a Democrate.
The federal government will finance about 95% of the costs of new Medicaid coverage from 2014 to 2019. States could see savings from reduced payments for services currently provided for the uninsured. ACA provides new options to expand community-based long-term care and to coordinate care for duals and other high cost populations. Medicaid is a critical lifeline to care for 60 million low income and high need Americans (Kaiser Family Foundation 2013). Medicaid is the foundation for a new coverage for low income individuals under health reform (Kaiser Family Foundation 2013).
After an unsuccessful bid for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2000, he announced his campaign for U.S. Senate in 2003. The following year, while still an Illinois state legislator, Obama delivered the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in November 2004 with 70% of the vote. As a member of the Democratic minority in the 109th Congress, he co-sponsored bipartisan legislation for controlling conventional weapons and for promoting greater public accountability in the use of federal funds. He also made official trips to Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Doyle was born on august 5, 1953 in Pittsburg PA. Mike Doyle has a wife, Susan Doyle and 4 children, whose ages are 18, 14, 12, and 5. Doyle was first elected to office November 8, 1994 to the Democratic party. The last time Doyle was elected was November 2, 2004. Doyle went to B.S. Community Development and Penn State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Development in 1975.
In 1965 Ford ran for the state senate majority leader and won by a margin of 305 votes, and in his only term, Ford introduced twenty-two pieces of legislation that went on to become laws (Fampeople). Two years after his election to the state senate, he was elected Lt. Governor and became the state’s 49th governor in 1971. In 1974 Ford was elected to the U.S. senate and would be re-elected three times after that. Also as a senator, Ford was either the chairman or co-chairman of the inauguration committee from Reagan’s second term through both of Clinton’s terms (Wendell ).